Good news! I received a West Virginia Division of Culture and History Training and Travel Grant for my upcoming 3-week residency to Playa. These funds will help cover some of the costs of attending this residency (which is fantastic!).
A new performance project, Clean, is being featured in the group exhibition, Does Live Art Have To Be Experienced Live? at SOIL in Seattle WA. The exhibit features alternate forms of performance documentation, and my work will be represented through a poster displayed at the gallery space. The full list of events is here.
Facebook Event: HERE
I am excited to be preparing for the What We Share Project, a series of 6 vinyl artworks in the street-facing windows of downtown Buckhannon buildings.
This free public project will run from August 5 – 19, 2016, and is best visible during daylight hours. The imagery aims to bring focus to things we, as a community, can be proud to share, such as various public goods and the natural beauty of West Virginia.
To help the public locate the artworks, I will have paper copies of maps (see picture here) available at Festival Fridays on August 5, 12, and 19 to help promote the work, which is all within walking distance of Jawbone Park.
If you know anyone that would like to promote this project, a press release is available at http://tinyurl.com/hpldf7h
I just finished this mural in Buckhannon! More pics here.